We are truly saddened to say that following the Welsh lockdown in December and now the national lockdown, our doors will remain closed until Spring 2021.
What we must hope for now is that the vaccine and lockdown will do its thing, and we can open back up in the Spring with some cracking British weather and once again being able to meet with friends and family over a drink or two at the pub.
We thank you for your continued support and look forward to seeing you all in the Spring.
Paul and the team.
JOINING US FOR A DRINK OR BITE TO EAT? Due to the cosy nature of the Snowdon we are limited with the number of reservations we can offer, however please give us a call on 01492 872 166 and if we have a table free we will happily reserve it for you. If you are in the area and drop in unannounced for a drink or a bite to eat we do keep a few tables inside and all our tables outside available for walk-ins. At busy times you may be asked to queue whilst a table becomes available.
Our diners and drinkers can rest assured that we are doing everything we can to create a safe and enjoyable environment for all. In keeping with government guidance we have put some extra measures in place, please click here to find out more along with some helpful FAQs that should answer any questions you may have.
The Snowdon is a proper classic pub on a quiet back street of Llandudno.
It is one of the oldest pubs in the town dating back to the early 1800s when Llandudno was a small mining village on the side of the Great Orme, and only a handful of folks were imagining what Llandudno could become. The pub sits slightly above the town on the end of a charming Victorian terrace, which you’ve likely passed by on your way up to the Great Orme Tramway.
The pub has been a firm favourite amongst locals and visitors who have enjoyed frequenting there for many years. Recently we felt that after all those years of servitude, the old girl deserved a little injection of TLC. After a little nip and tuck the Snowdon is now a rather smart ‘Wine & Ale House’.
Our aim was to create a pub that we wished we had in walking distance of our own home, with a cracking selection of quality cask ales, quality wines available by the glass, a quality bit of food at lunchtime, a warm and cosy feel (rather like an old pair of slippers) and all this hidden away from the hustle and bustle of the high street, so one can be assured of a friendly and buzzy atmosphere where the conversation flows.
Our hearty bar menu is the perfect addition to the Snowdon offer a delicious choice of pub classics and nibbles, washed down with a glass or two of your favourite tipple.